As you prepare for an upcoming move, a lot of your logistical work is done online. You may request a moving estimate, update your utilities, and apartment hunt all on your home computer. While online moving resources can make your transition easier, going digital also puts you in danger of… Continue reading.
Austin the capital of the Lone Star State and the birthplace of Whole Foods, has plenty of claims to fame. This fast-growing city embodies its unofficial motto, “Keep Austin Weird,” thanks to one-of-a-kind landmarks and original graffiti art that dot the landscape. Before you move out of this urban delight… Continue reading.
In art, minimalism celebrates the basic essentials of an element. A simple, stripped-down design is valued over the complex and the complicated. Minimalism has also become a lifestyle practice. Minimalists seek to reduce material possessions and other excesses in life. They believe this helps them focus on what’s most important…. Continue reading.
Depending on where you live, winter can mean white landscapes, snow piles and cozy evenings by the fire. However, if you don’t like winter weather, you might find it difficult to enjoy the chilly season that’s right around the corner. If you’ve considered escaping the cold temperatures, you might wonder… Continue reading.
When your family gets ready to move, your kids can experience many feelings that range from excitement to fear to anxiety. Some children find it difficult to verbally express their worries about an upcoming move, even when they know their parents are supportive and caring. If you want to help… Continue reading.
You’re stuck in a rut. Wherever you go, you feel bored, lost, and uninspired. You feel restless. You need a complete change and you’re considering a move. But the traditional hubs of American artistic activity promise too much clamor and not enough creativity. Before you settle for New York or… Continue reading.
A move out of state presents huge opportunities, from new jobs to new sights. But as you look forward to your impending move, you realize distance puts you at a disadvantage: you may not be able to apartment hunt in person due to your means or schedule. But finding an… Continue reading.
It’s fun to meet new people, see new places, and have new experiences during your college years. However, when you find a new apartment, you’ll have to learn how to live with other people you don’t know very well. So the process of moving to the third floor of a… Continue reading.
Involvement in local organizations is one of the best ways to become part of a new community after you move. If you live like nearly 80% of all Americans, your religious group represents one of the most vital components in this organization-based assimilation. But when you move, whether you go… Continue reading.
Before you go, you must coordinate with your moving company, realtor or property manager, and utility companies. And once you get there, you spend some time finding the nearest grocery stores, checking out local attractions, and settling in to work or school. With all this busyness, many people forget to… Continue reading.